Komori to Highlight "Connected Print" at drupa 2016
Komori Corp. has announced it will demonstrate innovative ways for printers to expand their potential and improve margins with the ability to produce diverse print communications at drupa 2016. Komori will be exhibiting from May 31 through June 10 at the Düsseldorf Fairgrounds in Hall 15 D04. The company's theme for drupa is “Open New Pages.” The theme highlights the potential available to create new value and richer communications through “connected print” — the ability to effectively connect various processes to Komori's diverse functions with the latest technologies, such as the cloud.
The technologies and solutions presented in the Komori booth at drupa 2016 are all designed to show the company’s commitment to becoming a true business partner capable of improving margins and increasing productivity. Following that plan, Komori will exhibit a lineup of hardware that includes offset presses, digital printing systems and post-press equipment along with software products for the integrated control of these systems, as well as K-Supply products that support quality and productivity. Additionally, proposals of new business models will be available to demonstrate the significant value created by connecting these products.
“Komori is fast evolving from a specialist printing press manufacturer to a print engineering service provider (PESP),” Kosh Miyao, president and COO, Komori America, said. “We look forward to showing visitors to drupa how easy it is to expand their potential with innovative ways to connect offset presses, digital printing systems, printed electronics (PE), materials and equipment that will open new pages in business scenarios of every kind. At drupa 2016 you can count on seeing the best solutions at the Komori booth.”